Subina Shrestha

Subina Shrestha

Subina Shrestha began her career in newspapers, and then became a documentary film maker. Her films have received several awards and been screened at festivals worldwide. She started working in TV news after Al Jazeera English launched in 2006 and has worked in several countries including India, Thailand and Myanmar. She won the Concentra Award for Outstanding Video Jouralism for her coverage of the aftermath of Cyclone Nargis.

Subina lives and works in her native Nepal and focuses on social issues, as well as on the political changes gripping the country.

Asia

#justicefornirmala: anger spreads in Nepal over police 'cover-up'

Protests continue in Nepal against alleged police mishandling in the Nirmala Panta rape and murder case.

#justicefornirmala: anger spreads in Nepal over police 'cover-up'

Nepal

Female activists in Nepal call for equality on citizenship bill

The proposed bill would could women to have a Nepalese husband to pass on their citizenship to their children.

Female activists in Nepal call for equality on citizenship bill

Asia

India's Prime Minister Modi on two-day state visit to Nepal

Not everyone in Janakpur is celebrating Modi's visit, with many still angry about India's five-month blockade in 2015.

India's Prime Minister Modi on two-day state visit to Nepal

Poverty & Development

Living in the shadow of Nepal's Rara National Park

Al Jazeera revisits a remote village in Mugu district only to find that it remains abandoned by the state.

Living in the shadow of Nepal's Rara National Park

Asia

Thousands of Nepal quake survivors still in makeshift shelters

Thousands of survivors of a massive earthquake from three years ago, say the government has not lived up to its promise of providing them with permanent housing.

Thousands of Nepal quake survivors still in makeshift shelters

Cricket

Nepal cricket team strikes international recognition

Cricket is a popular sport in Nepal, but has been hampered by mismanagement and players and fans hope the ODI status will boost Nepal to a permanent place as a competitive international team.

Nepal cricket team strikes international recognition

Women's Rights

Still getting away with rape in Nepal

When the rest of the world is talking about #MeToo, in the South Asian nation the conversation feels like a non-starter.

Still getting away with rape in Nepal

Media

Charges against Nepal journalists ‘attack on press freedom’

Journalists from Nepal’s largest newspaper have been charged with contempt of court after publishing critical stories about the country's chief justice.

Charges against Nepal journalists ‘attack on press freedom’

Nepal

The plight of Nepal's migrant workers

With Nepal's unemployment rate at 40 percent, many young men and women say their only option is to find work abroad.

The plight of Nepal's migrant workers

Nepal

Nepal's Left Alliance celebrates landslide victory

A surprise alliance of Maoist former fighters and the Communist Party in Nepal has garnered a surprise victory and a huge defeat for the Nepali Congress party.

Nepal's Left Alliance celebrates landslide victory

Nepal

Nepal election: Hopes for earthquake recovery

More than two years after a devastating earthquake that killed about 9,000 people and left millions of others homeless, many are hoping their new elected representatives will help them rebuild.

Nepal election: Hopes for earthquake recovery

Nepal

First phase of Nepal elections sees high turnout

More than 60 percent of the over three million registered voters cast their ballots to choose federal parliament and provincial assemblies.

First phase of Nepal elections sees high turnout